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Old 03-08-2016, 08:06 AM   #6903
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3 FT... so roughly 900mm.. 3/8... that's the hose that runs from the throttle body to the back of the engine block for coolant, no?
it could be closer to 4 ft, but I didn't unplug the hose to the coolant and nothing spilled out of the engine on install so either I have no coolant in the engine or that's not the right hose.
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Old 03-08-2016, 09:14 AM   #6904
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I hope you removed the hood liner.


Yeah hood liner has been removed.. Sounds like I'm the only one encountering this issue. Perhaps my engine mounts are shot?
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Old 03-08-2016, 09:50 AM   #6905
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Yeah hood liner has been removed.. Sounds like I'm the only one encountering this issue. Perhaps my engine mounts are shot?
What size pulley are you running?
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Old 03-08-2016, 11:20 AM   #6906
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By any chance, did you hit to speed bump? It might bend the protection cover under... just a guess of course.

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Old 03-08-2016, 11:33 AM   #6907
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I can get over 60C doing street pulls but I haven't seen much over 65C although I haven't really had extended periods of hard driving.

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Ambient: 7C



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Ambient: 25C

Where are you measuring your IAT's from? the MAF sensor (pre-blower)? or did you install an additional IAT sensor?
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Old 03-08-2016, 01:07 PM   #6908
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Where are you measuring your IAT's from? the MAF sensor (pre-blower)? or did you install an additional IAT sensor?
I've always run an IAT sensor on the MAP sensor plate on this kit.
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I've always run an IAT sensor on the MAP sensor plate on this kit.
Gotcha. I thought it was worth differentiating since most others are likely comparing the IAT's as reported by the ECU from the MAF sensor, which is pre-blower and not comparable.
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Old 03-08-2016, 06:55 PM   #6910
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I'm installing a 335 Kit (thanks smudge) and I've got one hose I cannot figure out where it goes- it comes off the bottom back of the supercharger by the intercooler plate and its about, 3 feet in length and about 1/4in or 3/8in in interior diameter. does anyone know where this goes? I'll get pics in a second.


@SprintexUSA any ideas? 335 Kit.

Also wondering what hose goes to the brass nipple on the center rear of the metal elbow. I've screwed up somewhere and i'm not seeing it. It could be closer to 4 feet.

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@SprintexUSA any ideas? 335 Kit.

Also wondering what hose goes to the brass nipple on the center rear of the metal elbow. I've screwed up somewhere and i'm not seeing it.
Brass nipple goes to the rear crankcase breather and the plastic one next to it on your pass side goes to the brake booster (our drivers side) if that makes sense.
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Putting the supercharger back on today. Wish me luck!
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Finally my 335 install is scheduled for April 26. Does anyone know how Sprintex is faring against the new Edelbrock supercharger?
If my engine ever blows, I might consider this or a straight 2JZ swap.

I hope to be in good hands with Moto-East's 335 tune.

Sprintex is clearly the winner with a Moto-East tune.
I found the Edelbrock specs on their website 242HP 186TQ (I assume this is not 242 @ the wheels)

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Sprintex is clearly the winner with a Moto-East tune.
I found the Edelbrock specs on their website 242HP 186TQ (I assume this is not 242 @ the wheels)

Sprintex FTW!
Yes it's to the wheels and it's using the Carb approved pulley size. If you use a smaller pulley on the Edlebrock it will out perform the 210 Sprintex, and be more in like with the 335 Sprintex. 335 has more potential but the intercooler is the Sprintex's weakness. Edlebrock has a more efficient design. I think the Cosworth intercooler is even better than all of them since the cooling potential seems greater, but the Edlebrock uses a slightly larger supercharger than the cosworth.
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The hose in question was for a boost gauge. Thanks!
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What size pulley are you running?

Running a 69mm pulley
My idler pulley is 70mm. For what its worth, the K061010HD (shorter) belt also would not for me whatsoever.. I had to stick with the K061015 belt..

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